To all the club members that participated in the 2022 Awards Program, I want to say Thank You. Being the Award’s Chairman gives you access to all the projects, accomplishments, education opportunities and success of Garden Clubs across the State. You have proven that you are a busy group. The Awards ceremony for the awards we submitted to NGC is not until May so they will be posted at a later date. My one wish would be that more clubs participate in this fun activity. If you are a club that is experienced in applying, share your knowledge and encourage another club to participate. If you or your club wants to sponsor an Award for next year, chose a specific award and receive recognition. As I pass along this responsibility to your new Award’s Chairman, I wish you luck for next year encourage everyone to APPLY. Congratulations to all the winners of the GCKY and SAR Awards listed below.

Sharon Burcham
Awards Chairman 2022


#1. Nannine C. Wallis Bird Protection
Sponsored by: Gloria Galloway

  • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club – $20
  • 2nd Gateway Garden Club
  • 3rd Garden Club of Frankfort
  • HM Glasgow Garden Club

#2. Butterfly Award

  • Small Club 1-20, Sponsored by: Lexington Council of Garden Clubs
    • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club – $20
    • 2nd Warren East Garden Club
    • 3rd Gateway Garden Club
  • Medium Club 21-50, Sponsored by: GiGi Biles
    • 1st Bowling Green Garden Club- $20
    • 2nd Richmond Garden Club
  • Large Club 51 +
    • NONE 2022

#3. Wildflowers

Sponsored by: Linda Porter

  • 1st Warren East Garden Club – $20
  • 2nd Gateway Garden Club
  • 3rd Boone County Garden Club

#4. Charles Law Arboriculture Award

  • 1st Laurel Oak Garden Club   $20
  • 2nd Rambler Garden Club
  • 3rd Boone County Garden Club

#5. Tree Planting

Sponsored by  Kristin Bailey Wilson

  • 1st The Garden Club of Frankfort- $20
  • 2nd Laurel Oak Garden Club
  • 3rd Garden Club of Elizabethtown
  • HM Garden Club of Danville
  • HM The Richmond Garden Club

#6. Native Plants and Trees

  • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club – $20
  • 2nd Bowling Green Garden Club
  • 3rd Glasgow Garden Club

#7. Garden Therapy

  • Small Club 1-20
    • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club   $20
  • Medium Club 21-50
    • None 2022
  • Large Club 51 +
    • None 2022

#8. Civic Achievement

  • 8 Ai – One Project -Single member Club
    • 1st Laurel Oak Garden Club   $20
    • 2nd Southern Hills Garden Club
    • 3rd Bowling Green Garden Club
  • 8 Aii – One Project -Group of clubs/councils
    • NONE 2022
  • 8 Bi – More than 1 project – single club
    • 1st  Glasgow Garden Club  $20
  • 8 Bii – More than 1 project – Group/councils
    • NONE 2022

#9. Environmental Education w/Youth 

  • 9i – Small Club – 20 members or less = Sponsored by  Carla Hawkins
    • 1st  Glasgow Garden Club – $25
  • 9ii Club  21 members or more
    • 1st  Garden Club of Danville   $25
    • 2nd Laurel Oak Garden Club
    • 3rd  Garden Club of Frankfort

#10. Jo Jean Scott Daffodil Project

Sponsored by Becky Oliver

  • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club – $20
  • 2nd Bowling Green Garden Club
  • 3rd Boone County Garden Club

#11. Saving The Monarchs

  • 11A. Club w/greatest # of Monarch Stations
    • NONE 2022
  • 11B. Club with most effective Monarch Station – Sponsored by Elspeth Cobb
    • 1st Bowling Green Garden Club – $25
    • 2nd Two Creeks Garden Club
    • 3rd Glasgow Garden Club

#14. Memorial BlueStar Marker Landscaping

  • 14A. One Club = Sponsored by:  Sandra Robinson
    • 1st Bowling Green Garden Club – $20
    • 2nd Two Creeks Garden Club
    • 3rd Glasgow Garden Club
  • 14B. Two or more Clubs – Not a council
    • None 2022
  • 12C: Council
    • None 2022

#15. Plant It Pink

Sponsored by: Boone County Garden Club

  • 1st: Garden Club of Elizabethtown – $25
  • 2nd Franklin-Simpson Garden Club

#16. Garden Tours

Sponsored by Susan Throneberry

  1. Club or Council Sponsoring Garden on Tour
  • 1st Garden Club of Frankfort – $20
  • 2nd Garden Club of Elizabethtown

16B.  Garden Tour with Children’s Activities

Sponsored by: Jan Malmer

  • 1st:  Bowling Green Garden Club – $20

#17. Wallis Scrapbook

  • Audubon District –
    • 1st Place-   Laurel Oaks Garden Club – $20
  • Blue Grass District- Sponsored by Kay Fischer
    • 1st Place  –  Garden Club of Frankfort – $20
  • Dogwood District –
    • 1st Place –  Garden Club of Elizabethtown – $20
  • Limestone District – none 2022
  • Mt. Laurel District
    •  1st Place –  Middlesborough Garden Club – $20

#18. Most Outstanding Yearbook

  • Small Club 1-20
    • 1st Potted Few Garden Club  $20
    • 2nd Two Creeks Garden Club
    • 3rd  Glasgow Garden Club
  • Medium Club 21-50
    • 1st  Laurel Oak Garden Club   $20
    • 2nd Rambler Garden Club
    • 3rd  Boone County Garden Club
    • HM Bowling Green Garden Club
    • HM  Garden Club of Elizabethtown
    • HM  Franklin-Simpson Garden Cub
    • HM Down to Earth Garden Club
    • HM Richmond Garden Club
  • Large Club 51 +
    • 1st Garden Club of Frankfort    $20
    • 2nd Garden Club of Danville

#19. Club Program Presented

  • Club Program without Flash/CD – Sponsored by Connie Crain
    • 1st  Garden Club of Danville – $25
    • 2nd  Laurel Oak Garden Club
    • 3rd Garden Club of Elizabethtown
    • HM Glasgow Garden Club
    • HM Boone County Garden Club
  • Club Program with Flash/CD – Sponsored by  Connie Crain
    • 1st  Two Creeks Garden Club – $25

#20. National Garden Week Recognition and/or Promotion

  • 20A. Single Club – Sponsored by Lady’s Slipper Garden Club
    • 1st  Garden Club of Elizabethtown – $20
    • 2nd Bowling Green Garden Club
    • 3rd  Richmond Garden Club
    • HM   Two Creeks Garden Club
    • HM Garden Club of Danville
    • HM Laurel Oak Garden Club
  • 20B. Two or more clubs/council
    • None 2022

#21.  Single News Story

  • 1st Laurel Oak Garden Club  $20
  • 2nd  Richmond Garden Club
  • 3rd  Glasgow Garden Club
  • HM Garden Club of Elizabethtown
  • HM Bowling Green Garden Club

#22. Press Book Publicity

  • One Club
    • Small Club 1-20
      • 1st Potted Few Garden Club   $20
    • Medium Club 21-50
      • 1st Richmond Garden Club   $20
    • Large Club 51 +
      • 1st Place: Garden Club of Frankfort   $20
  • Group of clubs/council
    • None 2022

#22. Press Book Publicity

  • 22A. One Club
    • Small Club 1-20
      • 1st Potted Few Garden Club   $20
    • Medium Club 21-50
      • 1st Richmond Garden Club   $20
    • Large Club 51 +
      • 1st Place: Garden Club of Frankfort   $20
  • 22B. Group of clubs/council
    • None 2022 

#23. Photo Archiving of Accoplishments

  • 1st  Two Creeks Garden Club  $20
  • 2nd  Bowling Green Garden Club

#25. Garden Club Member Recruiting Most New Members

  • 1st Garden Club of Elizabethtown  $25
  • 2nd Boone County Garden Club

#26. Membership Growth

  • Small Club 1-20
    • None 2022
  • Medium Club 21-50
    • 1st  Boone County Garden Club  $20
    • 2nd  The Garden Club of Elizabethtown
    • 3rd Rambler Garden Club
  • Large Club 51 +
    • 1st  The Garden Club of Frankfort  $20
    • 2nd  The Garden Club of Danville

#27. Sponsoring New Club:

  • NONE for 2022

#28. Record of Attendance

  • 1st  Glasgow Garden Club   $20
  • 2nd  Two Creeks Garden Club
  • 3rd  Boone County Garden Club
  • HM Garden Club of Danville
  • HM Rambler Garden Club
  • HM Garden Club of Elizabethtown
  • HM Garden Club of Richmond
  • HM Bowling Green Garden Club

#29.  Three R’s Recycle, Repurpose, Remix

  • 29A: Club – Sponsored by Jo Jean Scott
    • 1st  Garden Club of Elizabethtown – $25
    • 2nd   Bowling Green Garden Club
  • 29B: Individual Club Member – Sponsored by Martha Harkleroad
    • 1st Laurel Oak Garden Club – $25
  • 29C: Youth
    • None 2022

#33. Best Presidents Report By District

  • 1st Boone County Garden Club – $20

#34. Rose Award

Sponsored by: Paula Hyatt

  • 28i – 20 members or less
    • 1st Two Creeks Garden Club – $20
  • 28ii – 21-50 members
    • none 2022
  • 28iii – 51 + members
    • none 2022

#35 Social Media/Website by Club/Member

  • 35Ai Small Club
    • none 2022
  • 35Aii Medium Club
    • 1st Franklin Simpson Garden Club – $20
    • 2nd Garden Club of Elizabethtown
  • 35Aiii Large Club
    • None 2022
  • #35B Social Media/Website By Professional
    • None 2022


#51- Flower Show Schedule

  • 1st  Cardinal Council of Flower Shows – $20

#59 Patriotic Standard Show

  • 1st Cardinal Council of Flower Shows – $20



#SP1 – Involving Youth

  • 1st – Two Creeks Garden Club

#Y4 – Youth Poetry Contest

  • 1st – Two Creeks Garden Club by Aubrey Zuccarell

SAR #2 Bird Protection

  • 1ST -Two Creeks Garden Club

SAR #3 Protecting Pollinators Award

  • 1st -Two Creeks Garden Club

SAR #6 Garden Therapy: Healing Garden

  • 1st -Two Creeks Garden Club

SAR #8 Historic Preservation

  • 1st -Laurel Oak Garden Club

SAR #10 National Garden Week

  • HM -The Garden Club of Elizabethtown

SAR #13 Plant It Pink

  • 1st -Garden Club of Elizabethtown

SAR #14 Blue Star Memorial Landscaping

  • 1st -Bowling Green Garden Club

SAR #17 Litter, Recycling, Reclamation

  • HM -Garden Club of Elizabethtown

SAR #20A Program w/Slide/Video/Powerpoint

  • 1st -Two Creeks Garden Club

SAR #22 Yearbook

  • Small: The Potted Few – 1st
  • Large: The Garden Club of Frankfort – 1st

SAR #23 Publicity Press Book Award

  • 1st -The Potted Few Garden Club

SAR #24 Standard Flower Show Schedule

  • 1st – Cardinal Council of Flower Shows
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GCKY President’s Message – February 2023

Here we are, looking for more spring flowers after that memorable arctic blast froze the ground as 2022 ended! May these spring flowers bring hope. It seems like we have had a rough fall and winter with Covid still around, the new strain of flu, and RSV. Too many of our members have been ill and too many are no longer with us. Haven’t we been fortunate to have known these generous, energetic, and like-minded members? ‘Gone but not forgotten’ is so true of these ladies who have left us with their special brand of leadership and volunteerism.

For me, in-person meetings are my preference, hands down. Because of the possibility of inclement weather, sickness, time, and cost, we decided to zoom our January GCKY Executive Committee Meeting. We had a few issues that were to be expected, but this allowed some to attend who otherwise could not. Several items were on the agenda for discussion, but reports were given first. It is inspirational to hear the district directors’ reports of all the good things done by their clubs!

Abby Laub, who took pictures of headquarters for WeddingWire, the All American Tea Party, and a family gathering, has asked for gardening tips and photos to share on our Instagram page. I have sent her some and given credit to Pat Neasbitt, a master gardener who writes blog entries for NGC. I would hope that some of our members would be willing to share some tips and photos. If you have some, please send to me and I will share with Abby.

Her photos and others will be used to promote our headquarters for event rentals. The house and garden tour of Botherum, June 17-18, will be promoted through our GCKY website and social media. This event will be used as a fundraiser for The Garden Club of Kentucky, helping with special projects and sustainability of our headquarters. Abby will design a flyer that will be used to promote this tour on Father’s Day weekend and will design a brochure to be given out at the entrance, allowing for a self-guided tour of the beautiful buildings and gardens. Invite your nonmember friends to this event!

Several other clubs and councils are making preparations for tours and flower shows. Much planning and hard work go into these events. Your presence and support would be very much appreciated. And don’t forget that others are preparing to host Environmental Schools. Our series of Gardening Schools has had to be put on hold for now. Information will be available on our website. The remaining Flower Show Schools will be held again at headquarters in March and July. We are very excited about all these schools! I encourage you to register for any or all. Competent teachers, active learning, and great comaraderie is what you will experience!

The South Atlantic Region Convention and our state convention will be in March, followed by the national convention in May. These are exciting times and, especially, since we will welcome our new incoming region, state, and national officers. And I have been so honored to serve as your GCKY President! I urge members to attend the entire conventions or even a day. You will be welcomed with gracious hospitality and will enjoy the fellowship with other garden club members…great people!

Please remember to continue to donate to our GCKY Natural Disaster Re-Leaf Fund. Soon there will be needs for trees, plants, and seeds. And don’t forget to save large containers for planting tree seedlings and native plants to share. A special committee has been working to help develop grant application guidelines and an application form. We will hear their recommendation at convention.

Let’s keep growing by never forgetting to invite, invite, invite! And don’t forget to plant seeds for new clubs, remembering it takes time for seeds to grow, so don’t give up! Let’s Grow!


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Environmental Schools – Course 1 – ZOOM & Hybrid

date Feb 17 – Feb 18, 2023 Westerville, OH (Zoom)
Register: Pat Rupiper 740-703-3683
date Apr 11 – Apr 12, 2023 Tampa, FL (Hybrid)
Register: Pam Slagg 813-767-2710

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Judy Ford

Judy Ford

– Sat 5 Nov 2022

Garden Club Member



Former member of Hoe ‘n Hope GC. Lifelong primary school educator, friend to many (people and dogs!).

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Camille Fuller

Camille Fuller

Wed 11 Jul 1928 – Mon 10 Oct 2022

Garden Club Member

Franklin-Simpson Garden Club   

Dogwood District


Camille Fuller was a mainstay of the Franklin Community. In addition to being a founding member of the Franklin-Simpson Garden Club (back in 1963), she was a faithful member of Franklin First Baptist Church, a member of the Simpson County Historical Society, the local DAR chapter, the Ambulance Board, and the Franklin Country Club.
Camille enjoyed her independence almost to the end, living at home with her cat Yoda and her beautiful yard and garden and her Kentucky Wildcats on TV. Though she was little (fun-sized, she liked to say), she was mighty. Camille’s nickname was “Sarge,” and she definitely was in charge. She is greatly missed.

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THINGS TO DO – autumn

Last week marked 60 years since Rachel Carson wrote “Silent Spring”” in which she promoted using cultural methods to control insects saying they were far more effective in the long run than spraying pesticides.

  • Stink bug(Halyomorpha halys) invasion has begun. They do not bite, lay eggs, or stain, but if disturbed, they will stink. Do not vacuum. Using a tissue, gently pick up and flush or remove to outdoors. Seal up cracks around windows and doors.
  • Garden – Heat and low humidity quickly dry out container plants, especially those in porous containers. As rain is not predicted this week, it is important to soak container plants at least once a week. During the week check on soil moisture to a depth of 1.5” and water as needed. Inverted water-filled drink bottles into the soil will provide slow-released moisture.   
  • Houseplants – Prepare enough space for plants returning for the winter. Wash containers and both sides of foliage using horticulture soap. Use horticulture oil to treat insects and repeat as needed. Isolate plants that have resided on the ground or hard surface as they may bring in insects in their soil. When the house temperature rises, insects will hatch. Inspect frequently.
  • Trees – Dr. Rick Durham, UK Extension specialist, reminds us that during a drought, trees and shrubs require deeper watering and more often than normal. Shallow watering forces roots to the surface where they dry out faster. Durham advises to water the plant’s entire root zone (from trunk extending to the drip line – to 1’ beyond) using a hose nozzle that produces a finer spray of droplets that soak more easily into the soil. Birch, tulip poplars, pin oaks and silver maples may require up to 3” a week. For more information request ID-89 How Dry Season Affects Wood Plants from your local Extension Service.
  • Vegetables – Order berry bushes to plant now.
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Dig and Store tender tropicals for next year’s flowers.

Many of our most beautiful summer flowers are tender tropical plants that will not survive our winters. It is a waste of time to dig them each fall and waste of money to have to repurchase each spring. That is if you can find the same varieties. As they must be dug anyway, it makes sense to clean and store them overwinter.

The when and how to dig is key to saving the tender bulbs, corms, rhizomes and tubers. (They will be referred to as ‘bulbs’, to save space.) Dig or lift after foliage has died back or no more than 3”, and before the first frost. By then bulbs have developed buds  or, ready to produce them in the spring or summer. If interplanted with other plants, carefully dig with a narrow trowel. Clumps can be lifted with a narrow pitch-fork and separated. Save extra bulbs as special gifts for garden friends. Gently remove dirt and cut roots back to 1”. Do not wash as the bulbs will absorb the extra moisture and can contribute to rot. Whatever containers you use to store, make sure that it is not air-tight. Punch holes in cardboard and layer with newspaper, peat moss, vermiculite making sure the bulbs do not touch. Slightly mist the material to prevent it from drying the bulbs.

Store in a dark, dry location at about 50 degrees – unheated garage, basement(only if dry) or non-defrosting refrigerator. Check monthly on them and discard rotten, moldy, or desiccated bulbs. Plant at the appropriate time. 

Tender bulbs include: begonia tuberosa, canna, caladium, dahlia, elephant ear, ornamental ginger, and gladiolus.

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Would you Sponsor a GCKY Award?

Every year, GCKY recognizes individuals, clubs, councils, districts and youth for outstanding projects and activities during the previous year. These awards reflect GCKY’s efforts to promote the goals of National Garden Clubs, Inc. A significant amount of money is included with the first-place awards won each year. Our awards program needs your generous support to continue in this new term.

Please consider sponsoring one or more awards – most are $20 each but we also have a few at $25 – by using:

 Award Sponsor Form (MS Word) or Form (PDF)

Your donation is tax deductible! If you wish to sponsor a specific award, please designate that award. These requests will be honored on a “first come” basis. If your donation may be used where needed, please write “ANY” after Award #. If your sponsored award is not given in 2022-23, please indicate whether the donation money should be refunded, carried over for the next year or placed in the Awards General Fund (to be used for ribbons and certificates). This information is mandatory to keep GCKY in compliance with IRS regulations.

Thank you for your generous support of GCKY’s Award Program.

Sharon Burcham, 2nd Vice President & Awards Chairman

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New Awards and Changes for the 2021-22 Season

GREAT NEWS! we are adding some new Awards for the 2021-22 season.  Please see the 2 new Awards for Flower Shows and the change in point scoring for our Club Scrapbooks.  We are happy to offer these changes for you.  Good luck to everyone, and we hope to see you at the Awards Ceremony.

Download GCKY Awards-FINAL-22

NEW:   #35A – Social Media/Website designed and managed by club members. ONE CLUB/COUNCIL $20 and certificate. May apply for NGC MAE-2

Recognizing the most outstanding website or social media page promoting the sponsoring Garden Club. At least a portion of the site/page must be available for viewing by the general public. Include website/media address, who maintains site, frequency of updates, and cost in the application. Ease of navigation will be considered while judging from the address given.  May apply for

  • 20 members and under
  • 21–50 members
  • 51 + members

NEW:  #35B – Social Media/Website professionally designed.
ONE CLUB/COUNCIL $20 and certificate. May apply for NGC MAE-2

  • 20 members and under
  • 21–50 members
  • 51 + members

Flower Shows Awards

NEW:  #59- Patriotic Standard Show – ONE CLUB or COUNCIL $20 and certificate. May apply for NGC #FS-3

NEW:  #60 – Patriotic Small Standard ShowONE CLUB $20 and certificate. May apply for NGC #FS-7

Notice the change in NGC award numbers for these Flower Show Awards:

  • #53 BEST SHOW – TWO OR MORE CLUBS OR COUNCIL $20 and certificate. May apply for NGC #FS-9, or NGC #FS-10
  • #54 HOLIDAY SHOW – ONE CLUB $20 and certificate, May apply for NGC #FS-2 or NGC #FS-6
  • #55 HOLIDAY SHOW – TWO OR MORE CLUBS OR COUNCIL $20 and certificate, May apply for NGC #FS-2,
  • #56 COUNCIL SHOW $20 and certificate May apply for NGC #FS-10

Notice Scale of Points to align with NGS for GCKY #51 FLOWER SHOW SCHEDULE-

For scale of points please see National Garden Club Form 29 (3/2021).  The form is entitled “Scale of Points for Evaluating Standard Flower Show Schedules”.  You can locate this form on the NGC website, in the Forms Library, FSS-29

Changes in Scrapbook Award

Point scoring for Wallis Scrapbook Award has been changed as follows:

#17 WALLIS SCRAPBOOK Award will be given in each District: Audubon; Blue Grass; Dogwood; Limestone; and Mt Laurel.  $20 and certificate to each District first-place winner

SCALE OF POINTS (100 total) new changes in bold

  • 5 points: Title
  • 5 points: Table of Contents
  • 10 points: Yearbook – should be easily removed for reviewing
  • 8 points: Neatness
  • 12 points: Beauty
  • 5 points Durability
  • 15 points: Originality
  • 10 points: Publicity
  • 10 points: Balanced Programs: Actual programs presented in meetings; Birds, Civic Development, Conservation, Flower Shows, Design, Horticulture, Landscape Design, Legislation, Litter Control, Butterflies, Rain Gardens and Rain Barrels, etc.
  • 20 points: Club Activities: Continuing or New projects/activities. Pictures have typed captions, neatly cut and attached, not crowded on page. Show attendance and participation at District and State Meetings.

Changes in Native Trees Award

Native Trees will be added to this Award:

#6 NATIVE PLANTS AND TREES:  $20 and Certificate – May apply for SAR #1, #11, #14, NGC #CE-1 and NGC EC-5. To a club or group of clubs for promoting the use of native plants and/or Trees through educational programs, planting new or maintaining native plant gardens or trails, or using native plants or Trees in parks, historic gardens, or other suitable locations.

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Louise McCabe

Master Gardener

Louise McCabe

– Sun 7 Aug 2022

Garden Club Member

  Clear Creek Garden Club, Lyndon Garden Club 


M. Louise McCabe
Martha Louise McCabe, 92, of Juno Beach, Florida passed away on April 6, 2022. Louise was born on June 29, 1929, in Shelbyville Kentucky and attended high school and university in Alabama. Before returning Louisville in the 1960’s, Louise lived in Dearborn Michigan, Cleveland Ohio, and abroad in Brazil, Argentina, Sweden, and England.
Many will remember Louise for being “hostess extraordinaire” always welcoming friends & family with a beautiful, warm smile, an exquisite table, and delicious food! She was an avid gardener, best known for her award-winning roses and thrived as a member of The Clear Creek Garden Club. Her other societal commitments included dedicating her time to The Louisville Woman’s Club, Actor’s Theatre, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, and many more.
She is preceded in death by her first husband, Carl J. Bergquist of Skovde Sweden, her second husband, James A. McCabe of Springfield KY, daughter, Ann Bergquist Caldwell of Danville KY, and brother David Layson of Indianapolis IND.
She is survived by her daughter, Joan Bergquist Wood of Juno Beach FL, granddaughters Lindsey Maria Wood of Marlow, England, Alexandra Louise Wood of Norfolk, England, and step-daughter Allison Ann McCabe of Louisville KY.
A memorial will be held at the Grove Hill Cemetery Chapel, Shelbyville, KY. followed by interment, on Thursday, August 11, 2022, at 11:00 a.m.
Gifts to celebrate the life of Louise McCabe may be given to the effort to build a botanical garden in Louisville. Please send any donations to Waterfront Botanical Gardens, PO Box 5056, Louisville, KY 40255 or visit


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